Transportation and Logistics/Supply Chain Management

Efficient movement of products within a factory or around the world plays a vital role in a nation's economy. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that transportation-related fields are growing 6% from 2016 to 2026, adding 634,300 new jobs. In response to industry need, the University of Wisconsin-Superior offers a Bachelor of Science Degree in Transportation and Logistics Management.

This program was designed with the aid of business educators and industry leaders, and it is the first of its kind in Wisconsin. Students majoring in this program enjoy the benefits of UW-Superior's personal attention to students and its quality business programs, as well as Superior's role as a Midwest transportation hub.

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Spotlights

  • Mark Shold

    By being awarded scholarships I am able to focus on the most important aspect of school: learning, and I am inspired to look for opportunities to help others and give back to the community. Thank you so much for your support. Read More
    Mark Shold
  • Bruno Birzitis

    “It’s been nothing but fun on campus. Back home in Latvia, we don't really have campuses, so this is all new for me." Read More
    Bruno Birzitis
  • Katie Youngberg

    You can really get your name out there, and it’s hands down the best thing about the Transportation and Logistics Management program. Read More
    Katie Youngberg
  • Mateus Alves

    The small class sizes are so important for explaining and learning when you’re not familiar with English. You can relax. Read More
    Mateus Alves
  • Matthew Glowacki

    I’m prepared to go into the real world. The great instructors taught me the core skills needed for both the transportation industry and life. Read More
    Matthew Glowacki